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The Dalles Lock and Dam is located 192 miles from the mouth of the Columbia River. The spillwall was constructed in 2010 to help guide juvenile fish away from shallow areas where predators waited and into the deeper part of the river.
The Dalles Lock and Dam
6/22/2017 2:01:00 PM
The Dalles navigation lock is located about 190 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean. It is part of a system of dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers that help move about 10 million tons of cargo each year.
The Dalles navigation lock operating on the Columbia River
7/26/2016 11:41:00 AM
Eagle Watch 2014 at The Dalles Lock and Dam
Eagle Watch 2014
1/20/2016 6:12:00 PM
The Dalles Lock and Dam is located on the Columbia River near The Dalles, Oregon.
The Dalles Lock and Dam
8/20/2015 3:33:00 PM
During the Spearfish Fishing Clinic at The Dalles Lock and Dam's Spearfish Park, hooking this trout left a smile from ear to ear for father and sons. (2013 Photo Contest)
Spearfish Park Fishing Derby
6/1/2015 2:13:00 PM
SCA intern Avery Kool is at the Jammin' July Street Fair, in downtown The Dalles, on July 13, 2013. In this photo, she's assisting Park Ranger Amber Tilton in staffing a water safety booth for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. A passer-by tries out the "drunk goggles," which simulate the visual impairment commonly associated with intoxication. The challenge demonstrates the added difficulty of donning a life jacket while impaired.
Intern brings new enthusiasm to familiar messages
9/4/2013 6:26:00 PM
The Dalles Dam is located on the Columbia River, just east of the city of The Dalles, Ore. The Dalles Dam houses 22 generators and can produce 1.8 million kilowatt hours of power at 100 percent capacity.
The Dalles Dam
8/30/2013 11:50:00 AM
Visitors flocked to The Dalles Lock and Dam for the third annual Eagle Watch, Jan. 19 and 20, 2013. More than 30 eagles were seen roosting and
feeding in Westrick Park, located across the Columbia River from the visitor center parking lot. The park, which was closed to the public several years ago due to security restrictions, became a secluded, quiet location - a perfect
wintering site for bald eagles and other migratory birds. The Dalles park rangers remind everyone that the visitor center parking lot is always a great place to eagle watch, regardless whether the visitor center is open, so bring your telescopes and binoculars and check it out!
Eagles roost in Westrick Park near The Dalles Dam in winter.
2/1/2013 4:25:00 PM
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